Kanye West has returned to Instagram!
This happened yesterday Wednesday (Feb. 14) and Kanye made his comeback with a Valentine’s Day card for or from the love of his life, Kim Kardashian.
Kanye West has been missing from social media for a few months. In May 2017, the rapper deleted both his Twitter and Instagram accounts. At the moment, Kanye’s Twitter account remains inactive.
The Grammy-winning artist reactivated his Instagram on Wednesday and posted a Valentine’s Day card seemingly given to him by Kim or meant for his wife, that reads, “HAPPY VALENTINES DAY BABE.”
Shortly after posting the card, Kanye started posting a series of photos of couples that are no longer together, like Madonna and Sean Penn, Cindy Crawford and Richard Gere and Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Pitt.
Out of the over 30 couples he posted pictures of, only a few are still together.
Earlier in the day on Wednesday, Kim took to Instagram to share an adorable PDA pic of her and Kanye.
“I love you to infinity! Happy Valentine’s Day!!!” Kim wrote to her husband.
The couple, who tied the knot in May 2014, recently welcomed their third child together, a daughter named Chicago West, via a surrogate.
Meanwhile, Kanye West has just scored a belated victory! His massive lawsuit against his insurance company, Lloyd’s of London, just got settled.
You recall, Lloyd’s of London had refused to pay for the losses Kanye incurred when he cancelled some of his 2016 Saint Pablo concerts after suffering a mental breakdown.
This made Kanye’s touring company — Very Good Touring — sue Lloyd’s for $10 million.
Lloyd’s of London refused to pay because it claimed Kanye’s mental breakdown was triggered by his alleged use of marijuana. And drug use was an exclusion under the policy.
But their claim was totally unsupported by medical evidence. TMZ reported Kanye’s breakdown was triggered by a mental condition that had nothing to do with drugs.
According to TMZ, Lloyd’s of London has folded under massive pressure by Kanye’s lawyers and agreed to pay most of what Kanye was due under the policy.
Lloyd’s has decided that going to court was too risky, especially when faced with a possible huge punitive damages award.
TMZ reports that a similar fight was triggered when Heath Ledger died … Lloyd’s initially refused to pay Heath Ledger’s daughter under the policy, but eventually recanted.